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I don't recall where I found the following code, but: To make auctex call pdflatex by default and to preview pdf files using okular, I put the following at the end of my ~/.ssh/init.el file: (setq TeX-PDF-mode t) (defun pdfevince () (add-to-list 'TeX-output-view-style '("^pdf$" "." "evince %o %(outpage)"))) (defun pdfokular () ...
I got lucky and found a solution! Follow these steps M-x customize-variable Emacs gives: Customize variable: Enter: TeX-command-list Search for View (enter C-s and then type `View) Emacs will take you to the view command where you can enter text. It will look something like this (after Command there will be a place for text entry): [INS] [DEL] Name: ...
Well, your problem is quite simple: you are not finding the package file etex. As it seems you are somewhat new to MikTeX, so I would recommend you go through this question as a starting point: What is MikTeX? Later on, for maintenance purposes, you may want to check these questions: How should one maintain and update a MiKTeX installation? and How often ...
Adobe Acrobat is the full suite for creating/manipulating PDF documents. Adobe Reader is the less powerful but more convenient display version with limited document manipulation features. However Adobe Acrobat is not the only way to create PDF files. As long as the result is PDF-standard-compatible, the creator of the PDF document is not relevant. The ...
evince is the default PDF viewer in GNOME and has also a two side option
Since Sumatra has already been suggested by KarlKoeller, I would like to suggest Adobe Reader as well. You can set it to display two pages as a book by setting two things: View/Page Display/Two Page view View/Page Display/Show Cover page in two page view.
Apart from the fact that I use SumatraPDF and I'm completely satisfied with it (I suggest it to you, it has the feature you've mentioned and many others), TeXMaker built-in viewer supports this feature, if you like this feature to be built-in. Note that TeXMaker is not much different from TeXStudio, which is a fork of it. To enable this feature in ...
In 1986, I used the Atari ST with its TOS system for LaTeX. Don't know much more than that anymore, but I used the ST for my PhD, and there was a clear and beautiful previewer, as the monitor was all B&W, and very sharp. The OS was a rip-off from the Mac of course. Some of the editors, Tempus, were bloody fast
Follow all the steps mentioned in the TeXnicCenter + Sumatra Tutorial, but keep in mind these few things: In the Viewer tab / Executable path section, what should be written is: "C:\Program Files\SumatraPDF\SumatraPDF.exe" -inverse-search "\"C:\Program Files\TeXnicCenter\TeXnicCenter.exe\" /ddecmd \"[goto('%f','%l')]\"". Please note: 1.1 What should be ...
The standard viewer for Kile is Okular. Under Settings >> configure Kile >> Tools >> Build >> viewPDF you need to add --unique to the options. This will make Okular only open a single window.
In my case, I only had to go to Project -> Create with active file as main file when my main file was active, and everything now goes fine with SumatraPDF. Otherwise, if you already have an opened project, from the same menu execute Properties and indicate your main file.
zathura is a highly customizable and functional document viewer. It provides a minimalistic and space saving interface as well as an easy usage that mainly focuses on keyboard interaction. It offers a vim-like experience and most settings can be customized. Main features: automatic document reloading supports PDF, PostScript and DjVu mouse-free navigation ...
I'm not familiar with Notepad++, but I can tell you that you can pass the option -reuse-instance to SumatraPDF command line to achieve what you want. For more info see this page.
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